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U.S. EPA 6h
We began to collect and manage oil and hazardous material containers in Everglade City, Florida.
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U.S. EPA 10h
What do you do with all that hurricane debris? Here are the answers. Irma
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U.S. EPA 11h
Always obey flood warnings – just 6" of moving water can knock you down, and one foot can sweep your vehicle away:
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U.S. EPA 12h
We’re leveraging all our available resources to support communities recovering from hurricane damage:
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U.S. EPA 13h
Learn what to do during & after a flood by visiting:
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U.S. EPA 16h
Keep generators outside and far away from your doors, windows and vents. Never use a generator indoors!
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U.S. EPA 19h
Our team & toured the Bonita Peaks Superfund site and met with tribal, community, state and individual partners.
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U.S. EPA 19h
If your water is not safe, bring drinking water to a rolling boil for 1 minute to kill water-borne diseases.
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U.S. EPA 20h
We're working with , , & to develop & implement debris management strategies & operations.
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U.S. EPA Sep 20
We're making preparations to reassess the situation after Hurricane Maria & respond to both Irma & Maria in PR & VI.
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U.S. EPA Sep 20
If you’re using a generator, place it outside away from windows and doors. The exhaust is toxic and can be fatal.
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U.S. EPA Sep 20
We support hurricane response by testing water systems, monitoring air quality, & more. Learn more about what we do.
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FEMA Sep 19
If you’re in the path of , you can dial 311 or visit for shelter information.
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U.S. EPA Sep 20
Get the latest advice on what to do as Hurricane arrives:
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U.S. EPA Sep 20
We've assessed 93 Superfund sites in FL, 22 sites in GA, 17 sites in AL, & 36 sites in SC.
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U.S. EPA Sep 19
We've paused response operations in PR & VI & we'll resume response operations again after the storm.
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U.S. EPA Sep 19
Get ready for with this information from :
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U.S. EPA Sep 19
Learn about how we support hurricane response and recovery:
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U.S. EPA Sep 19
Do you live in the path of Hurricane Maria? Check out ’s website for the latest info.
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U.S. EPA Sep 19
We’re continuing our work helping communities recover from Irma while we prepare for the arrival of Hurricane Maria.
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